Manufacturing Supervisors

High School

If you are interested in becoming a manufacturing supervisor, take high school courses in business, math, and science to prepare for the demands of the job. In order to balance the budget and determine production schedules, supervisors often use mathematical computations. They also use computers for much of their recordkeeping and scheduling, so take any available classes to become familiar with word processing and spreadsheet programs.  


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